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Cancer chemical alert over crisps and coffee as Food Standards Agency identifies 13 at-risk products

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Daily Mail
Saturday, April 21, 2012

Food firms have been warned about the presence of a cancer-risk chemical in everyday products ranging from crisps and chips to instant coffee and ginger biscuits.

A biscuit designed for babies and toddlers has also been caught up in the alert.

Experts are even warning families to only lightly toast their bread at home, as the chemical, called acrylamide, is more likely to form the longer and darker foods cook.

A study by the Food Standards Agency has identified 13 products containing raised levels of the chemical. In each case, officials at the local council where the supplier is based have been told to notify them.

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This article was posted: Saturday, April 21, 2012 at 8:30 am





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